|[Eg0_036] Digital Mass : The Murk II - Digital Mass|
Back from a short tour in USA, the anonymous canadian drone collective Digital Mass has recently created a sequel to a previous long-from drone The Murk, (already released by Eg0cide last year). Bleaker, colder than the 1st issue, this new track is like a slow descent into some unknown caverns. Minimalist dark ambient at its best
Keywords: Anonymous; Digital Mass; Dark ambient; Drone; Minimal
|[Eg0_104] Digital Mass : Vacant Vision - Digital Mass|
Anonymous polish droners Digital Mass are back on eg0cide with a new mysterious offering. They told us that "vacant vision" was inspired by antic shamanic rituals that used to take place in the core of the Bialowieza forest. They might be mystical freaks, they might be ironic impostors - nevermind. Just close your eyes and let the glowing sound grow and erase you from the inside.
Keywords: anonymous; ambient; drone; mystical; Digital Mass; eg0cide
|[Eg0_081] Digital Mass : The Murk 3 - Digital Mass|
Mexican sound explorers Digital Mass have decided to add a 3rd chapter to their drone saga "the murk". Sounds used in "Lights in the Murk" were produced exclusively by electric guitars - played with various electric devices which helped to extract unexpected drone out of the body of the instrument even without touching the strings.
Keywords: anonymous; digital mass; dark ambient; drone; eg0cide
|[Eg0_026] Fosel - The Enormous Room - Fosel|
Eg0cide is glad that The Murk has gained attention by experimental/ambient composer Kurt Nimmo aka Foseld : he offered us not only a great remix of this Digital Mass track, but a full album of mysterious, spacious soundscapes. The album has a very well chosen title : "the enormous room" and should appeal to fans of deep, experimental drone. It also contains a remix of Andrew Deakin's Pannus Mihi Panis, taken from the compilation album Field Notes released by Earth Monkey Productions
Keywords: ambient; drone; experimental; soundscapes; Fosel; Kurt Nimmo; Andrew Deakin; Digital Mass
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